MATRIXSYNTH: Dalek Arduino Synthesizer 2016

Friday, December 30, 2016

Dalek Arduino Synthesizer 2016

Published on Dec 30, 2016 Martin Orman
Update: Re-Published on Jan 5, 2017

"I picked up this Dalek from a car boot sale so it's a bit battered. I installed a synthesizer written onto an ATMEGA 328P chip (Arduino Uno clone that I built) inside. It runs on battery or 9v DC mains adapter in. There are two mono outputs i.e. 3.5mm and 1/4". It's possible to run both outputs together in order to set up two audio channels in your DAW that will create a stereo output. This is recorded into Ableton 9 through a Focusrite Scarlett 18i8 with standard reverb, compression and Reaktor Molekular 'Plagiarism' added to give some additional harmonics."

Note: if you are interested in one or the instructions you can ping Martin Orman over on YouTube for details.

New description from Jan 5, 2017 upload:

"I converted this Dalek into a granular synthesizer. Inside is an ATMEGA 328P clone of an Arduino Uno that I built. It has two line level outputs and runs on 5v to 9v D.C. from battery or mains adapater."

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